This Week in Art 3.27-4.2: 100+ Ai Weiwei Installations Coming to NYC

A look at this week’s art news, including Ai Weiwei’s upcoming multi-site public art project, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Dallas to Milan.

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New Video: Minerva Cuevas Builds a Bridge Where Trump Wants a Wall

In today’s episode from the Art21 Exclusive digital series, Minerva Cuevas considers the implications of President Trump’s proposed border wall, and reflects on her 2010 work Crossing of the Rio Bravo.

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Event: Film Premiere & Talk with Artist Raúl de Nieves & Curator Mia Locks 4.20.17

Join Art21 in April for the premiere of the latest film in our New York Close Up digital series!

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This Week in Art 3.20-3.26: Artists Rally Behind the NEA

A look at this week’s art news, including Art21 artists rallying to save the National Endowment for the Arts, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Phoenix to Reykjavik.

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New Video: Jamian Juliano-Villani’s Search for Inspiration

This just-released New York Close Up film follows artist Jamian Juliano-Villani as she scours Manhattan in search of inspiration for the unpredictable imagery that fills her paintings.

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This Week in Art 3.13-3.19: Theaster Gates Axes a Painting

A look at this week’s art news, including Theaster Gates taking an ax to a painting, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Minneapolis to Copenhagen.

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This Week in Art 3.6-3.12: Jenny Holzer to Exhibit at Blenheim Palace

A look at this week’s art news, including Jenny Holzer’s upcoming exhibition at UK’s historic Blenheim Palace, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Berlin to Kansas City.

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This Week in Art 2.27-3.5: Rashid Johnson’s Directorial Debut

A look at this week’s art news, including Rashid Johnson directing his first feature film, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Durham to Denmark.

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This Week in Art 2.20-2.26: William Kentridge Launches Arts Incubator

A look at this week’s art news, including William Kentridge’s new arts nonprofit, and events and exhibitions everywhere from Houston to Frankfurt.

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